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Love is in the air

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Special Gifts this Valentine's Day
This Valentine's Day, make a difference by making a meaningful gift. Show your affection by supporting the urgent needs of the Red Cross.

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This February, love is in the air. With Valentine's Day right around the corner, the Red Cross is feeling particularly appreciative and wants to extend a special Valentine's Day greeting to you.

Our love for helping others - and supporters like you who make it possible - is what keeps us motivated around the clock to prevent and heal suffering around the world.

You, too, can spread the love by making a Red Cross gift. It's a wonderful way to show you care.

Thanks ♥,
Gail McGovern
American Red Cross
Learn about Reconnection Workshops
Reconnection Workshops for Military Couples
Valentine's Day is a time to think of loved ones. The Red Cross can help with Reconnection Workshops, which are small groups, led by licensed mental health professionals, that help military couples and families readjust after service members return home.

Learn more here >>
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